Acacia in Kenya: SEEKING a more hopeful and just world

By partnering with community leaders dedicated to the care, shelter, and education of young women who might not otherwise have the opportunity to attend high school, we believe we can make the world a better place— one student at a time.

empowering african women

DIVE IN THE WORLD
OF EMPOWERED WOMEN

We aim to make a difference in the lives of young girls in Western Kenya through caring for and supporting their education. 

Greater Connections

We aim to make the world smaller by extending our connections to our African Friends.

Create Opportunities

We hoped to create greater opportunities for girls who in turn would give back to their communities

Extending Friendship

We aim at contributing to world peace by extending friendship and understanding across continents.

Numbers speak

With the help of Acacia in Kenya, the St Elizabeth Lureko Girls’ School opened in January 2005 to provide a high school education and daily meals

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years of existance

Acacia in Kenya was founded in 2005 by Joyce Mohr and Sammy Lutomia. 

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Number of girls

The number of girls from Western Kenya initially enrolled into the program. 

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Number of Students

The current number of girls students supported by Acacia program.

Empowering Dreams of Africa's young women

With the help of Acacia in Kenya, the St Elizabeth Lureko Girls’ School opened in January 2005 to provide a high school education and daily meals for an initial enrollment of 18 girls. Currently, there are approximately 170 students.

Donate to Acacia in Kenya

Acacia in Kenya could not accomplish all that we have without the contributions of our generous, compassionate, and loyal donors! If you would like to contribute to our mission, we would be very grateful for your donation. Please make your check payable to Acacia in Kenya and mail to:
Acacia in Kenya,
P.O Box 1199 Rockport, ME United States.

Asante sana— Thank you!